Archive: Show #93 "Distinct Society"

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Ten years after the failed Meech Lake Accord, we're joined by the former premier of Manitoba, Howard Pawley, now a professor at the University of Windsor, to find out why politicians, with the exception of Preston Manning, are so scared. Ontario premiers, going back to John Robarts and Bill Davis, have always played a central role in dealing with Quebec. Steve speaks with former Ontario Premier David Peterson. And joining Pawley in the discussion, the regular panellist; former Ontario NDP Cabinet Minister Ruth Grier; Richard Mahoney, at one time the President of the Ontario Liberals, now with Fraser and Beatty in Ottawa, and Hugh Segal - senior Progressive Conservative advisor.
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May 04, 1997
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